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Campus Auxiliary Services Student Scholarship

Applicant must be a Campus Auxiliary Services employee who works a minimum of 12 hours per week and has a minimum 2.75 GPA. Selection is based upon essay submission.

Max Award: $2,500

sponsored by State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Geneseo

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4 Ways to Stay in the Know About Campus Student Services

Student services and resources are important to your success, health, and happiness in college. Here's how to learn about and make the most of these offerings.

by Natalie Johnson

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The Best Colleges and Universities for Access to Student Support Services

Having accessible campus resources is crucial for college student success. These schools are praised by real students for their top-notch support services.

source: CX Student Users

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Aon Risk Services Scholarship

Applicant must be a U.S. citizen with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Max Award: $1,000

sponsored by Northwood University - Michigan Campus

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How to Take Action If You're Sexually Assaulted on Campus

What you need to know if you're sexually assaulted on a college campus, including best next steps, victims' rights, and support services for students.

by Tayler Butters

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Community Colleges Awarding the Most Degrees in Security and Protective Services

Keepin' the world safe by turning out the most well-trained graduates in security and protective services, like law enforcement.

source: The College Finder research and Community College Week magazine

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Success With Learning Differences: Important Services Offered in College

For parents of teens with learning disabilities, here's what you should know about the services colleges provide and what your student needs for support.

by Joanna Nesbit

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NACA Mid Atlantic Graduate Student Scholarship

Applicants must be enrolled in master's or doctorate degree programs in student personnel services or a related area. Applicants must be attending a graduate school in Washington, DC, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York or eastern Pennsylvania, be involved in campus activities and plan to pursue a career in campus activities.

sponsored by National Association for Campus Activities

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Extracurricular Activities to Nurture Your Faith on Campus

Catholic students have ample opportunities to nurture their faith with college extracurriculars. Here are some options to get involved and connected on campus.

by Erin Moriarty

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NACA Mid Atlantic Graduate Student Scholarship

Applicant must be a U.S. citizen currently enrolled in a master's or doctorate degree program, in student personnel services or a related area, at an accredited graduate school within the former NACA East Coast Region (DC, DE, MD, NJ, NY, and eastern PA). Involvement in campus activities must be demonstrated.

sponsored by National Association for Campus Activities

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How Is College Life Different on a Catholic Campus?

Although similar, you can expect campus life at a Catholic college to be a little different than a non-religious campus. Here's what an expert has to say.

by Julie McCulloh

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A Quick Guide to Finding the Christmas Spirit on Campus

The Christmas season is a magical time, and you can make it more special by joining in activities on campus. Here are some ideas for a holly jolly holiday!

by Jessica Tomer

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How Can I Better Prepare for On–Campus Crises at College?

We hope your campus never has an emergency, but it doesn't hurt to be prepared and know what to do. Here's how to sign up for alerts and stay safe!

by CollegeXpress

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How to Live and Grow in Your Faith on a College Campus

There are many ways a student can live their faith on their college campus, but you may need some help finding the best ways, so we have some advice for you!

by Mark Tarnacki

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How Does Campus Life Differ at a Christian College?

While most colleges offer students a chance to explore issues of faith, a Christian college incorporates that process into their curriculum and sees that it is an obvious part of life on campus.

by John Chopka; Brenda J. Myrthil

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The Best On–Campus Resources for International Students

Planning to attend university in the United States? Check out these useful resources for international students that are available right on campus for you!

by Rebecca Williams

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How to Find Endless Opportunities Through Catholic Campus Ministry

College is a time to grow academically and personally. Catholic students find that pursuing campus ministry opportunities enhances the overall experience.

by Ashley Casano

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The Essential List of Campus Visit Questions

Campus visits are an essential part of the college search but can be overwhelming, so it's important to ask the right questions. Here's a whole list of them!

by CollegeXpress

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Who Can Help: The Ultimate Directory of Important Resources on Campus

In your college search and those first days on campus, you may be unsure of where or who to turn to with questions. That's where this handy guide comes in!

by Victoria Scibilia

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Campus Fun and Freedom

There is never a shortage of things to do on campus, so you don't have to spend hours hiding in your room trolling Facebook (even though you will at some point, no doubt about it). You won't be forced to participate in dorm activities, but do yourself a favor and try one or two and join in on the campus fun!

by Jessica Tomer